Rack Magazine

Entries for September 2016

Home Run Off a 3-2 Count

Home Run Off a 3-2 Count

By Lisa Price

Bill Pulse might not be in the market for a new bow just yet, but it’s a safe bet he’ll acquire a bigger quiver and a new pack of broadheads. The Missouri bowhunter shoots an old second-hand compound bow for which he traded a spotting scope. His friends call it “The Banjo Tech.” “My Whisker Biscuit is so worn, it looks... READ MORE

2011’s Best Buck

2011’s Best Buck

By Jason Hoffard

Travis Cockburn winced whenever he heard a gun-shot during last November’s firearms season in Illinois. He, his brother and father weren’t the only hunters in Williamson County who knew a very large buck was hanging around their 80-acre hunting spot near Johnston City. The Cockburns knew because Trent, Travis’ brother, had decided... READ MORE

Another Vote for Trail Cameras

Another Vote for Trail Cameras

By Mike Lambeth

Oklahoma has been turning a lot of heads in recent years with the caliber of bucks it’s producing. And several of those noteworthy whitetails have been featured in the pages of this magazine. Before now, none were felled by a crossbow. Once permitted only for hunters with physical impairments, a regulation change two years ago made it legal f... READ MORE

Curve Ball

Curve Ball

By Ed Waite

You can take the man out of the hunt, but not the hunt out of the man. An Ohio real estate agent learned last year that the best way to hit a curve ball is to go out swinging. After severely injuring his hand and ulnar nerve during a bowhunting trip to Arizona early in 2011, Matt Sheterom thought he’d be sidelined for the rest of the sea... READ MORE

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